|Developer||AGsoundtrax / Sampleso|
|Type / Tags||SynthKontakt 5Kontakt InstrumentStylophone|
Synthophone by Sampleso
- 87MB installed.
- 199 Samples.
- 128 build-in instrument presets in one NKI.
- 24-bit / 44.1kHz uncompressed PCM WAV samples.
- Unique Kontakt engine interface.
- Flat & Intuitive Design.
- Sampleso original and inspiring effects Morpher.
- 2 LFOs and 2 advanced step sequencers.
- Advanced Key-switch function.
- 128 Factory Presets + Presets easy tags navigation.
- "Light weight" Instrument (85MB only).
- 18 Fx included.
About The Synthophone
This instrument was accurately sampled to behave just like the original unit, capturing each note in all three registers, including noises for the stylus tap and release, with the ability to mix and choose between MIC input and LINE input sources giving further tonal versatility.
Our unique Kontakt engine interface takes this simple looking instrument, to virtually endless sonic possibilities. Giving the user the ability to shape, sequence, morph and manipulate the sound using various fx making the Synthophone a truly inspiring tool for your projects.
Each preset page holds up to 28 presets and the instrument can have up to 50 pages. A preset is saved with its own user tag and category and while browsing, you can filter the preset list by selecting one or multiple filters. Select one of the tags and/or categories to narrow your preset list. You can also check the or buttons beneath the individual parameters (Keys, Glide, LFO, PRG, Step, Morph) to view presets that either feature or don't feature that parameter.
Synthophone Lets you save the state of all its parameters to seven keyswitches. This flexible keyswitching system essentially lets you have seven completely different sounds in one preset that you can switch on the fly.
LFO Shape Presets
The LFO has 40 different shapes to choose from. Click the Load Wave button to open the wave list.
Synthophone features two independent step sequencers that much like the LFO section, let you modulate Volume, Pan, Distortion amount, Cutoff, and Resonance. However, as opposed to the LFO, it modulates them using steps.
The Effects Morpher lets you create movements in your sounds by controlling various parameters with an editable modulator shape.